There are many shady spots for campers and caravanners, as well as a variety of trees, plants, flowers, and birds, in the ancient harbor of Demre (Andriake/Myra) on the Turkish Mediterranean coast.
There are two healing cold rivers and a beautiful sandy beach in front of the camp area. You can view the magnificent sunset on the foggy Kekova Island from the western side of Andriake Camping.
Here at the Nomadic Kitchen, welcome! Fresh vegetables cultivated in the greenhouses in the heart of Demre are used to prepare the cuisine. You will be served breakfast with fresh fruit, traditional cheeses, eggs, butter, and honey from the nearby village. Every day, traditional delicacies are cooked in an authentic home-cooking manner. The lunches also include homemade yogurt, jam, pickles, and olives. We are grilling fresh fish, fowl, and beef from the area for dinner on the wood fire. Fishermen in the area provide the seafood.
It is excellent for cultural and outdoor trips because of its location.
The Lycian Way approaches the camp area from the nomadic bridge through the beach.
Only a 10-minute walk separates you from the Bird Park and the Andriake Antique Harbour & Museum.
Visit the Myra Antique City, St. Nicholas Church, Soura, go on a boat tour to Kekova Island (Sunken City), go hiking on the Lycian and St. Nicholas Ways, go on excursions, enjoy the beautiful scenery, go snorkeling, swim, sunbathe on the beach, go fishing in the clean rivers, take mud baths, go fishing, read, relax, or do nothing at all.